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2019.10.07 | Health and disease, PhD students, Health

PhD defence: Jacob Callesen

The impact of muscle strength and balance on gait performance in multiple sclerosis – effects of functional balance or progressive resistance training.

2019.10.07 | Conference, Language and communication, Academic staff

Translating Europe Workshop 2019

Workshoppen, som har titlen “Oversættelsesudfordringer for danske virksomheder i en global verden”, afholdes på Aarhus Universitet torsdag den 21. november 2019. Der sættes i år fokus på anvendelse af neural maskinoversættelse og på virksomheders arbejde med lokalisering af f.eks. hjemmesider og med optimering af lokaliseringsarbejdet.

Ebbe Bødtkjer was presented with the Jens Christian Skou Award at an event at Health on Friday, 4 February. October 2019. At the same time, he presented his research to the family and colleagues who had turned up to celebrate him. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2019.10.03 | Grants and awards, Research, PhD students

VIDEO: Meet Ebbe Bødtkjer – one of the faculty's sharpest minds

Associate Professor, DMSc and PhD Ebbe Bødtkjer from the Department of Biomedicine receives the faculty’s most distinguished award, the Jens Christian Skou award. Meet a man who while still a student, was captivated by the human body’s fascinating ability to adapt to diseases.

Dean Lars Bo Nielsen presents the Jens Christian Skou Award 2019 to Ebbe Bødtkjer. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2019.10.04 | Grants and awards, Research, Public/Media

Talented biomedical researcher receives distinguished award

He delivers impressive research results and is an unusual research talent. These are among the grounds for Associate Professor, MD, PhD, Ebbe Bødtkjer from Aarhus University, Health, today receiving the Jens Christian Skou Award 2019.

2019.10.04 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

Flood-tolerant crops for the future climate

A flood can ruin a potato harvest in just 24 hours. However, by understanding the plant's defence mechanisms against flooding, it is possible to create more flood-tolerant crops that can withstand flooding. An international research team is working on making plants tolerant to flooding, which would make quite a difference in terms of ensuring the…

Photo: Colourbox

2019.10.04 | Talent development, Administration (Academic), All groups

Become a VIP mentor or mentee

Are you interested in helping to shape and strengthen the research and education environment at Aarhus University? And would you like the pleasure and satisfaction of helping a talented colleague develop professionally and personally? So become a mentor in the AU Empower Talent! mentor programme! The registration deadline for mentors and mentees…

The study gives us reason to believe that the current medical treatment with the drug L-dopa, which only has an effect on the brain and the symptoms, can be supplemented by immune-regulating treatment which can help to slow down the progression of the disease, says PhD Sara Konstantin Nissen. Photo: Private.
The research project confirms a growing theory that Parkinson’s disease is not only a brain disease, but is also connected with the immune system, says Marina Romero-Ramos, associate professor of neuroscience. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU.

2019.10.04 | Research, Health and disease, Public/Media

Parkinson's disease is also present in the blood

Though Parkinson’s disease is primarily seen as a brain disorder, researchers from Aarhus University have now discovered that the disease can be measured in the blood as an imbalance in the immune system. This indicates that a treatment targeting only neurons might not be sufficient on its own.

2019.10.04 | Event, Health and disease, Public/Media

5th Nordic Meeting on Tumor Microenvironment in Lymphoma

We cordially invite you to participate and contribute to the 5th Nordic Meeting on Tumor Microenvironment in Lymphoma, which will take place at Comwell Congress Center, Aarhus.

2019.10.03 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups


On 2 October, a number of students and employees received a phishing email from the email address AU@gu.se trying to persuade the recipient into revealing their password.

2019.10.03 | Event, Students, Neurocampus

Collaboration Planning – how to identify and contact important stakeholders

How do you establish collaborations and approach companies with your research ideas? Turn your research into impact and learn how to build relationships and plan projects in this hands-on workshop.

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